Ratings for Dr. George S. Rebecca
Don't have a lot of experience with cardiologist but don't need any experience with any one else. This Dr can not be beat. Sure glad we have been his patient fo 12 years. The long waits have always been worth the wait. Trust him without question.
Helped my family when we couldn't afford it. Spent countless hours at brothers bedside in ICU, on Christmas. He will fight for you, because that is what is right, not because of money. This man is terribly over - worked because he won't turn a human being away. He seems to be in the field of medicine for the RIGHT reason. Bless him, the world needs more like him.
Are you kidding, wait? Been there 5 years and have seen patients wait more than 7 hours while he slept in his back office. Takes personal calls all day long instead of being with patients, schedules un-necessary tests, his staff is horrid. He needs to be investigated by Texas Workforce Commission, IRS, etc
I heard that Dr. Rebecca was worth the wait. After waiting three hours past my appointment time to spend five minutes with him was not worth the wait. It made me feel that the entire clinic has very little value for the cattle they run through the clinic. Oh I mean patients. I will be canceling all further appointments with this Doctor and find someone who doesn't overbook by so many hours. Staff is friendly one on one but there felt like too much office tension with one bossy person chiding the other employees loudly in front of patients. I was not comfortable with the treatment of others. The Dr. wanted to repeat tests I had just had done by my PCP less than three weeks ago.
Having something possibly wrong with your heart is scary enough, but waiting for hours to see a Dr. who seems at best to be rushing through the Dr/Patient interview is disconcerting at best. It becomes even more alarming when he barely remembers who you are, and you get the feeling that he's herding cattle. If you mention a symptom, he'll say: you didn't tell me that. Well hard to tell a Dr. your symptoms when your already tense, and he's only given you 2 mins max to disclose...before he's taking a call, or moving on to the next patient.
Dr. George S. Rebecca's Credentials
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- George Washington University School Of Medicine (Grad. 1975)
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